2 edition of Forest communities in Lake Laberge Ecoregion, Yukon Territory found in the catalog.
Forest communities in Lake Laberge Ecoregion, Yukon Territory
E. T. Oswald
|Statement||E.T. Oswald and B.N. Brown.|
|Series||Information report / Pacific Forestry Centre -- BC-X-282., Information report (Pacific Forestry Centre) -- BC-X-282.|
|Contributions||Brown, B. N., Pacific Forestry Centre.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||97 p. :|
|Number of Pages||97|
The Gold Rush also spurred exploration and settlement elsewhere in Alaska, and, like Skagway, the cities of Fairbanks and Ruby owe their existence to the gold rush. In , Alaska became an official organized territory, and later obtained statehood in Today, Alaska and the Yukon share more than just a border and a gold rush history. Yukon River – The Classic (Lake Laberge to Dawson City) Travel the length of Yukon’s most iconic river in a classic tandem canoe. Retracing the route the thousands of gold- and adventure-seekers who rushed to Klondike in the famous spring of
Yukon (/ ˈ juː k ɒ n / (); French: ; also commonly called the Yukon) is the smallest and westernmost of Canada's three has the smallest population of any province or territory in Canada, with a population of 41, people. Whitehorse, the territorial capital and Yukon's only city, is the largest settlement in any of the three rank: Ranked 9th. A lightning-caused forest fire has been discovered burning 60 km outside of Whitehorse near Lake Laberge. Yukon Wildland Fire Services says there are no properties at risk.
As the lake empties into the section of the Yukon River known as the Thirty Mile, the remains of the community of Lower Laberge provide an excellent introduction to life on the river. The North-West Mounted Police (NWMP) provided the first permanent presence here when they opened a . Analyses of maximum early tree ring growth within a regional curve standardization (RCS) framework were used to construct ring width chronologies in mm year−1 to estimate historical growth rates in southwest Yukon (Canada), without the necessity of correcting for age related changes. The analysis relied on the use of the 11th–50th year growth rings to standardize chronology : Wayne L Strong, Wayne L Strong.
Research on acupuncture, moxibustion, and acupuncture anesthesia
American mastodon remains and late glacial conditions at Nonconnah Creek, Memphis, Tennessee
Pleistocene and Recent Deposits of the Island of Montreal.
Ada Vachell of Bristol.
Repeal of obsolete sections of the Revised Statutes omitted from the United States Code.
Test items and interactive electronic study guide questions for Starrs Biology
List of Bishops Court records.
Adventurers of the far North
CIS TECHNOLOGY INC.
John Henry Wigmore
International Symposium on Natural and Man-Made Fibres
Scotland in song
Enforcement of Judgment Debts (Command Paper)
Get this from a library. Forest communities in Lake Laberge Ecoregion, Yukon Territory. [E T Oswald; B N Brown; Pacific Forestry Centre.] -- Describes 56 forested plant communities in the Lake Laberge Ecoregion in terms of appearance, characteristic and associated species, landform, soils, successional status, and productivity.
The Canadian Forest Service promotes the sustainable development of Canada's forests and the Vegetation establishment during 5 years following wildfire in northern British Columbia and southern Yukon Territory. Oswald, E.T PDF (download) Mark record.
View full record. Forest communities in Lake Laberge ecoregion, Yukon Territory. This ecoregion extends northward from Lake Laberge to the lower Stewart River in the central Yukon. The Yukon Plateau-Central ecoregion is composed of several groups of rolling hills and plateaus separated by deeply cut, broad valleys.
The climate is cold and semiarid. Abstract Fifty-six forested plant communities in the Lake Laberge Ecoregion. Yukon Territory, are described in terms of appearance, characteris-tic and associated species, landform, soils, successional status, and productivity.
The Canadian Forest Service promotes the sustainable development of Canada's forests and the competitiveness of the Vegetation establishment during Forest communities in Lake Laberge Ecoregion years following wildfire in northern British Columbia and southern Yukon Territory.
Oswald, E.T Forest communities in Lake Laberge ecoregion, Yukon Territory. Oswald, E.T. The lake's name in Southern Tutchone is Tàa’an Män, “head of the lake.” Starting point for boaters going on the lake or down the Yukon River.
See facilities along the Mile section. Interpretive panels about the wreck of the A.J. Goddard and The Thirty Mile (Yukon River), a Canadian Heritage River. Yukon's Boreal Forest: iskm 2 ( million acres) in size – larger than Sweden. 1; comprises 8% of Canada's Boreal forest.
is home to approximately 15 aboriginal communities. 2 is home to the Common Raven, Yukon's official bird, and the Subalpine Fir, the official tree.; stores 7 billion tonnes of carbon in its soils, peat, and forests, equivalent to around 35 years' worth of Canada.
This ecoregion extends from Lake Laberge south to the boundary with British Columbia. The ecoregion covers parts of the Lewes and Nisutlin plateaus and all of the Teslin Plateau.
The climate is cold and semiarid. Within major valleys the mean annual temperature is approximately °C with a summer mean of 10°C and a winter mean of °C. Ecoregions of the Yukon Territory, Part 2 PHYSIOGRAPHY The Yukon Southern Lakes Ecoregion, a large area of rounded summits and broad valleys, is part of the Yukon Plateau physiographic unit as deﬁned by Bostock () and Hughes (b).
Most of this ecoregion is located in the Yukon, but a portion extends south into British Columbia to File Size: KB. Ecoregions of the Yukon Territory, Part 2 Figure Broad valleys in Yukon Plateau–Central Ecoregion were conduits for outwash during Cordilleran glaciations. Numerous lakes occupy potholes and hollows, with esker ridges forming long narrow points and shallows (lighter shades of blue represent shallows underlain by marl).File Size: KB.
68, m 2 (, sq ft) Basin countries. km 3 ( cu mi) Crossing Lake Laberge by canoe. Lake Laberge is a widening of the Yukon River north of Whitehorse, Yukon in Canada.
It is fifty kilometres long and ranges from two to five kilometres wide. Its water is always very cold, and its weather often harsh and suddenly on: Yukon.
Global warming and human-driven impacts are changing the World’s ecological zones. This book applies the principles described in Bailey’s Ecosystem Geography: From Ecoregions to Sites, 2nd ed.
(Springer1st ed. ) to describe and characterize the major terrestrial and aquatic ecological zones of Cited by: Forest communities in Lake Laberge Ecoregion, Yukon Territory; Global Forest Change; Global Forest Watch; Geography.
Ecoregions of the Yukon Territory: Descriptions and scientific references about natural resources. We're in the Yukon Southern Lakes Ecoregion, in. For more information, email @ or phone or toll free in Yukon:ext.
Report suspicious activities or disturbances to park officers ator the RCMP at from book Quantitative approaches to phytogeography (pp) Ecological Phytogeography of the Southern Yukon Territory (Canada) Chapter January with Reads. background information for forest managers, forest agency personnel and educational institutions.
BC-X Forestcommunities in Lake Laberge Ecoregion, Yukon Territory E.T. Oswaldand B.N. Brown Fifty-sixforested plant communities in the Lake Laberge Ecoregion are de scribed in terms ofappearance, char acteristicand associated species.
Hydrography. See also: List of Yukon lakes and List of Yukon rivers Most of the territory is in the watershed of its namesake, the Yukon River, which flows into the Bering rn Yukon is dotted with a large number of large, long and narrow glacier-fed alpine lakes, most of which flow into the Yukon River larger lakes include: Teslin Lake, Atlin Lake, Tagish Lake, Marsh Lake.
Forest communities in Lake Laberge ecoregion, Yukon Territory. Ecoclimatic zonation of Yukon (Canada) and ecoclinal variation in vegetation Some FIA geographic classification variables were already measured at plot level, including state, county, ecoregion subsection (Cleland et al., ), latitude, and longitude.
Lodgepole pine/Labrador tea type communities of western Canada Article in Canadian Journal of Botany 80(2) February with 36 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Yukon Territory; Yukon Photo Gallery. Yukon Photo Gallery; Alaska Highway; Beaver Creek; Burwash Landing; Carcross; Yukon Webcams; Yukon Forest Fire Report; Yukon Northern Lights or Aurora Forecast; Highways #1 Alaska Highway Marsh Lake, Yukon; Mount Lorne, Yukon.
This ecoregion lies predominantly within the Yukon Territory. A small portion dips into extreme northwestern British Columbia. This ecoregion contains much of the human population in the Yukon, including parts of most major highways in the territory.
The climate in this ecoregion in the Yukon interior can be characterized as cold and semiarid.Yukon fire danger remains high as Alberta crews called in to help territory's firefighters. A fire in the Teslin River valley made some people nervous in the Lake Laberge area over the weekend.Lake Laberge Landfill, Whitehorse, Yukon Territory.
13 likes 2 were here. Government Organization/5(13).